Summer Camps in Aniak, AK
This class is designed for 5th-9th grade students. Why Shakespeare? Why not! The stories are compelling and exciting. The characters thrilling and interesting. In the play well be working on this winter, they are also very comical! A Midsummer Nights Dream may be 450 years old, but its as funny today as when it was first performed in 1605. Under the guidance of Heather Sanderson, participants will present an abridged version of the play for a main stage presentation at the Annual LTA Showcase (April 1st & 2nd). During the course of the session, youngsters will learn acting methods naturally through a variety of theatre games, improvisation exercises and practical performance. INSTRUCTOR HEATHER SANDERSON studied classical theatre at RADA in London and prior to moving to Alexandria acted extensively in the San Francisco Bay Area. As "Miss Heather", she is known locally for instilling a love of theatre - in particular Shakespeare - into the hearts of children. Her youth Shakespeare troupes have performed in D.C. and in the U.K. and her privately coached monologue students have performed at the Shakespeare Theatre, the Fords Theatre and numerous community and childrens theatres in the area. Heather may be familiar to fans... 7036835778 x2
Latest Review for Camp Takajo for Boys
Takajo teaches character and self sufficiency
I will never forget the first visiting day, seeing how much my son had grown in the few weeks away from home. He took total ownership of the camp in showing us around, introducing us to his friends, his counselors, and his daily routines. Seeing him waterski, climb the wall, shoot a bullseye... all just the gravy when compared to the pride in letting me know that he was self sufficient and independent!... Read More...
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2016 NOYC! Youth Camp Rally - Shelby, OH
The NOYC! Is proud to present the 2016 Youth Camp Rally! Everyone is invited to join the NOYC family for an evening of worship, fun, and fellowship! We will be sharing the newest info about NOYC 2016 including the theme for the year, sharing many camp memories, and set a challenge for the months to follow! Preaching will be brought by Heritage FWB youth Pastor Josh Workman. Please join us for this exciting event!
Youth America Camp - Lebanon, MO
Regular Pricing: $245.00 must be paid in full by April 27th. These may be made in increments, but MUST BE PAID IN FULL by April 27th. If not paid in full by April 27th the previous payments will go towards the new final cost of $265.00. Late Pricing: $265.00 must be paid in full before the week of camp. * All payments are NON-REFUNDABLE We know that this is very different from previous years, but we are hoping that you find this to be a more accommodating registration process. To accommodate you, we will also have a manual camp registration option at our Events Kiosk on April 10th, 17th and 24th. If you want to register online and need some assistance, you can do that at our Welcome Kiosk. We will have assistants at the kiosk to walk you through that process at any service, Sunday or Wednesday. We understand that change can be unsettling and that it requires us to learn something new. It is our desire to make this process as smooth as possible. With that in mind, we ask that you keep payments and registrations to the 2 forms that we are now offering, either at the manual sign up at the Events Kiosk...
Cabell County Youth Voice Teen Leadership Meeting - Barboursville, WV
Interested in teen leadership. Do you have ideas to share? Youth and adult leaders are encouraged to share thoughts, discuss programs and curricula, and learn about local, state, and national youth leadership events. Should you have any questions about registration please contact Brittany Furbee at [email protected] or 304-293-2696.
Teen Trivia Night at Sokol STL Camp - Imperial, MO
. Doors Open 5:30, Trivia Starts 6:00 $10 per Teen (ages 13-19) up to 8 per Table Price Includes Trivia, Games, Soda and Popcorn Held at Sokol STL Camp 6270 Highway 61-67 Imperial, MO 63052
Football-Youth Quarterback Clinics - Taylor Gym
Sundays Jan. 17,31 & Feb. 7, 14. 28 Squirts (Grades 1-4) 8:00 - 9:00 am Young Guns (Grades 5-8) 9:00 - 10:15 am TRAINING AND HIGHLIGHTS: Stance + exchange Proper throwing mechanics Pass drops (1 step, 3 step, 3 step and Hitch, 5 step, 5 step and hitch, shotgun) Throwing on the run Footwork/agility Video analysis of QB Customized strength and conditioning led by Lehigh Athletics Strength Coach, Dom Breininger Learn to read a defense (for young guns only) 610 758 3589
Threes (M/W/F) (birthdays between 9/1/12 and 8/31/13) - JCC ECP
Daily activities for children who are in the three-year-old program are based upon projects and units of study that are interesting and meaningful to those children. A balanced schedule provides experiences in group and individual settings and includes stories, music, language experiences, natural discovery, and inquisitive discussions that include research. Classrooms are arranged into centers that include educational toys, materials, and games based upon age appropriateness and the interests of the children. These include centers for books, blocks, sensory materials, art, puzzles and manipulatives, math, science, and dramatic play. Children have the opportunity to work and play in these centers individually, with a friend, or in small groups. Choosing centers provides practice in making decisions, following directions, working independently, and learning about the care and use of materials. Outside time offers opportunities for gross motor development (including climbing, running, jumping, pedaling, and building), social interactions, as well as a chance to experience weather and seasons. Children can also experiment with sand and water during these outside periods. Daily group times provide opportunities for your child to learn in a large group setting. Group lessons include stories, music, gross motor activities, language experiences, and discussions including questioning and research. Additional activities... 512-735-8100
Star Warfare - Connecticut Science Center
Are you the droids were looking for? Take a trip to a galaxy far, far away and explore the environments found on the many planets in the universe. Program a droid to help you bypass security in order to defeat the Empire. May the F=mXa be with you! 860-520-2177
Do it up Diva - 1st-4th grades - Wichita Collegiate School
Instructor: Farner Get together with your girlfriends for an ultra-chic girly-girl week! We will enjoy themed days full of glamour and girly activities. Activities include a spa day, scrap-booking, jewelry making, dress up and makeup, singing, dancing, fashion, glittery crafts, social etiquette, confidence building, and lots of diva fun. We will top off this glamorous week with mini-manicures, sparkle makeovers, a diva fashion party! 316-771-2289
Junior Tennis Camp: Week of June 20th - Town of Matthews, NC
Junior tennis is taking over Matthews with new rules and equipment, making it easier than ever to get started and be successful! This summer we?re offering two exciting weeks of Junior Tennis Camps in Matthews for ages 6-12. Each week, Monday through Thursday (Friday is a rain date), from 9:00am to 11:00am, juniors will experience great tennis instruction, fun games, and matchplay. Tennis Academy of North Carolina?s Camps and Clinics are challenging, rewarding, and most importantly fun! Junior Tennis Camp is held at the Butler High School tennis courts. 1810 Matthews-Mint Hill Road. Come prepared to be active. Wear appropriate athletic clothing and shoes. Bring a water bottle. Tennis equipment provided. Questions? Contact -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Junior Tennis Camp is held at the Butler High School tennis courts. 1810 Matthews-Mint Hill Road. AGE CATEGORY Youth